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Boca Raton and its surrounding areas have some of the most exciting events that will keep things moving for February. There’s plenty of activity for the entire family no matter what you’re into including business conferences, concerts and more! You’ll never have an opportunity to be bored with so much fun. While the rest of the country is in a deep freeze, you’ll keep a fire in your belly for winter. We’ve put together a quick list of events to help you make new friends or enjoy your new neighborhood.

The month of February will be spectacular for local events starting with the International Business Alliance Round Table hosted by Lynn University. Guest Speaker Bill Herrle of the National Federation of Independent Business will be presenting on

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December 2018 Keller Williams Realty monthly real estate statistics.
This very short video (0:47 seconds) is going to give you the 3 national real estate statistics for this month.
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  1. The number of projected homes for sale nationally
  2. The national median home price
  3. The average 30 year fixed-rate mortgage rate.

The Boca Raton area market is a little different from the national market. To get insider's information from a local real estate specialist, please be sure to reach out and call us today at 561-406-8880 . We'll let you know how these number may affect you and would be happy to talk about your real estate needs.

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The Ideal Climate for Entrepreneurs Found in Boca Raton and Palm Beach County

Whether you’re someone who lives in the city of Boca Raton or you’re thinking about investing in property here, there’s a lot of consideration. In fact, if you want to start a new business once you move to the area, you couldn’t pick a better location. Also, some journalists report that Boca Raton is one of the best places in South Florida for entrepreneurs and CEO’s alike who are looking to grow their companies. In this week’s blog, we point out some reasons for you to consider moving your business to the area or starting your ‘start up’ in this healthy economy.

Just to give you an example, one of the newest companies to hit the streets of Boca Raton is that of

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Stay on top on Boca Raton local news June 2017

If you’re thinking about moving to Boca Raton or anywhere in Palm Beach County, it’s always good to stay updated. Staying in the know applies when you’re looking to invest in Real Estate, as you’ll most likely want to know about the location before signing up for a mortgage. In this week’s blog, we bring you helpful information that might give you some perspective on what’s going on in town.

First Update of the month

Fitlife Foods is scheduled to open its doors and start making deliveries to homes and businesses. The Tampa Bay company has been around since 2011 and offers organic meals they’ll bring right to your door. Not only are the ingredients ‘all natural’, but the food is also nutritious and

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No matter where you go in Palm Beach County you'll notice there are several communities where there's strong economic growth. Boca Raton is home to five leading Fortune 500 companies that consider the Sunshine State ideal for growing their business. Home owners benefit from having stable economic foundations. The "proof is in the pudding" as we point out some solid facts that show why Boca Raton is the best town for investing this side of the Atlantic.

In a recent article found in Forbes Magazine, the writer reveals seven cities in the state of Florida as great investment markets. This is due to a healthy job sector along with population growth. Another factor is the anticipated home values. Because local economic health helps to drive housing supply

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Boca Raton real estate news

Most people in the real estate business would say “it’s business as usual” around the "City for All Seasons". That is especially true with the many changes and updates the town has incurred over the past few months. This blog will help enlighten you to the vast majority of what’s happening around the Boca Raton area with an emphasis leaning on real properties. Get ready to get an ‘eye-full’.

*First, let’s take a look at the update of five subdivisions to join Boca Raton, found listed in the Sun Sentinel. Le Lac, Azura, Newport Bay, Boniello Acres and the Fieldbrook Estates will begin the annexing process once the homeowners of the listed developments make their decision to become a larger part of the city. The question will list on the November 8th

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In 1909 there were no high-rise condominiums, Mizner Park didn’t exist and the population was at a whopping 40 people. Today, Boca Raton has grown exponentially and continues growing with a population close to 90,000 part and full time residents. Along with an expanding population, the business field is developing as well. There are several reasons businesses are targeting this area as a place to expand. At the same time newer companies move in, so will more people. These are the obvious reasons for the spurt in economic growth. In this week’s blog we uncover more logic, to share the economic discernment and why it makes sense to invest in Boca Raton.

Recently, the Sun Sentinel announced two major purchases both from global investors that focused up two

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